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Conscripted Officers Donghae, Siwon And Changmin To Continue Performing As Part Of Duties

By Lai Frances | February 04, 2016 11:07 AM EST

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It looks like fans won't have to worry about three of SM Entertainment's hottest idols getting out of practice during their enlistments.

Super Junior members Lee Donghae and Choi Siwon along with TVXQ's Shim Changmin were recently assigned to the promotion squad of the Seoul Metropolitan Police Agency, according to the Kpop Herald. The three pop stars will serve their mandatory military requirement as conscripted officers in the special unit.

The three SM Entertainment artists first reported for a month of basic training and immediately started to work after their transfer to the promotion unit. The trio's main duty is to host special events and put on peformances for other police officers.

As Donghae was the first among the three to enlist in the military a month earlier, the Super Junior member had a head start with the Seoul Metropolitan Police Agency by performing in the musical "Hello Officer."

According to a report by Idol Wow!, other enlisted officers were already lucky enough to see the them on stage at the Seoul Metropolitan Police Agency's Music & Healing Concert on Jan. 9.

Tagged :  Siwon, Changmin, Donghae, Super Junior, TVXQ

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